Music Mark is the UK Association for Music Education. Leading representing and supporting the highest quality music education for all children and young people, over 95% of Music Education Hubs are members. It lobbies for, and champions, a government supported high-quality,[...]
After the success of the ground breaking and innovative brass training instrument pBuzz, we found after talking to customers and trumpet based teachers that while they really welcomed a simplified training instrument for brass, they didn’t feel an affinity with the pBuzz in the[...]
Until 30th June 2020, Warwick Music Group are making available our top 10 best-selling music education titles from Warwick Music Publishing as well as the full instrumental range of Music Marvels for students, to help support them with remote learning or online lessons.
During this unsettling time music can bring a huge amount of comfort and happiness, and fortunately for us it can all be accessed from your own living room! With many parents juggling working and 'home schooling' we thought it would be helpful to signpost to a few musical[...]
pInstruments were all over the Music & Drama Education Expo last week!
Aidan Chamberlain is an Assistant Professor of Music at the Academy for the Performing Arts, part of the University of Trinidad and Tobago. He teaches brass at the academy, performs with the facuty ensemble and is involved with a number of school music programmes. Aidan[...]
Ethan chose to play the trombone aged 7 when he and his family were in Australia. Since then his mum, Julie, has supported him on his musical journey, helping him by finding music lessons no less than three times so far! Here she shares with us why she continues to support him[...]
Rhinegold's Music Teacher Magazine is an invaluable resource for music education practitioners and is packed with reviews, news, comment and debate. December's issue included a review of the hyTech, which they have kindly allowed us to share...
On Sunday 1st December, members of the collaboration project ‘Creating a Buzz’ took part in their first public performance. This new partnership project between Foden’s Band and Age UK Cheshire took to the stage to demonstrate their newly acquired music making skills.